Wednesday, 29 September 2010


Filmed and set in the '80s recession this Dublin drama details the lives of a group of dropouts. It's one of the best Irish pictures from that decade and has a unique style that suits the story. It's about welfare fraud and how a group of outsiders live together in a derelict building. One guy has given up on everything and walks around wearing a towel around his waist! Far better than most Irish films made during the prosperous '90s this is the kind of cinema we need more of again.

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